EU: ** VERY URGENT ** (EU Citizens) – Stray Dog Written Declaration – Only 47 More MEP Signatures Required By 13th October – Lets Go !!


Photo – Stray Dogs Hung from a Tree in Serbia

Dear all,

The Written Declaration no. 26/2011 on dog population management in the EU, launched by the MEPs Daciana Octavia Sarbu, Elisabeth Jeggle, Raul Romeva i Rueda, Adina-Ioana Valean, Janusz Wojciechowski), has been extended until 13 October.

The Written Declaration calls on the Member States to adopt comprehensive dog population management strategies which include measures such as dog control and anti-cruelty laws, control the number of unwanted dogs by sterilization, the promotion of responsible pet ownership, introducing the mandatory of identification and registration of every dog. Download the Written Declaration 26 in your own language here

To be adopted there are necessary 369 Members of European Parliamnets (MEPs) sign the Written Declaration. Up to now 322 MEPs have been signed it. It is a great success as other three Written

Declarations on this subject launched until now did not get such a high number of signatures.

Let’s make everything possible to get the rest of 47 signatures.

Please, contact the MEPs from your country and urge them to sign the Written Declaration before 13 October 2011.

In the document attached (Link below) you have the list of MEPs who did not sign yet the Written Declaration and their contacts (email and tel. from the cabinet in Strasbourg ). Please, get in contact by telephoneif possible, the best why to convince and then check she/he signs. If the MEP is not available you can speak with the assistant.


list MEPs who NOT signed the declaration_29.09.2011

For more details of contact of your MEPs (including the from Brussels please, see

Thank you.








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